The “Bella Macchina” from Glashütte

the Mühle-Glashütte Teutonia Sport II: straightforward and functional

As everyone knows, an Alfa must be a thing of beauty, a Maserati needs to exude elegance and a Ferrari has to be red. The Teutonia Sport II combines all of these stunning attributes and is living proof that a functional time measuring instrument “made in Germany” can also boast the fire and passion of truly legendary sports cars.

The long-standing connection between Mühle-Glashütte and the automotive industry is just as impressive as the rich history of these traditional brands. At as early as the start of the 1920s, R. Mühle & Sohn was already a valued manufacturer of speedometers, rev counters and car clocks and the traditions of these instruments are reflected in the Teutonia Sport II. Alongside its traditional influences, this model also features dynamic colours that give it a real sporty touch without losing its focus on Mühle-Glashütte’s proven nautical values of perfect readability, excellent robustness and absolute precision. Its hands and off-centred small-second display at the 9 o’clock position stand out against its dark face, thus providing the best possible readability. The straightforwardness and functionality of the Mühle-Glashütte Teutonia Sport II underline the fact that Mühle-Glashütte always focuses on the functions of its watches ahead of their designs. This model’s sporty look is therefore tailored to provide a particularly clear layout. By reducing the watch’s design down to its most important functions, Mühle has also ensured that wearers can easily read the time at a glance, even when travelling at high speed.

Top performer whatever the weather

Mühle-Glashütte Teutonia Sport II It almost goes without saying that the Teutonia Sport II is not only an ideal companion when the sun is shining, but remains a top performer whatever the weather. Its scratch-resistant double anti-glare sapphire crystal provides a clear view of its high-contrast face in even the strongest rain and the Super LumiNova coating on its indices and hands enables them to reliably show the time throughout the day and night and in all kinds of conditions. On top of all this, the model’s screw-in crown and screwed-down transparent back make its extremely robust case water-resistant up to 10 bars. Moisture and dirt are also no match for its tough leather and rubber strap. It is ultimately thanks to its SW 290-1 automatic movement with Mühle-Glashütte’s patented fine regulation that the Teutonia Sport II is able to offer the outstanding precision that characterises every Mühle watch. As a result, this sporty timepiece simply cannot deny where it feels right at home: be it at a classic car rally or on an outdoor adventure weekend, there’s nowhere this Teutonia would rather be than on the wrist of a wearer with a sporty and active lifestyle. After the chronograph version, the Teutonia Sport II is the latest new member to complement the athletic focus of the Teutonia family. This new model stands out thanks to its distinctive and dynamic appearance and is a prime example of the classic Mühle values of perfect readability, excellent robustness and absolute precision.

Teutonia Sport II – Technical Details

Movement: SW 290-1, automatic; Mühle version with patented woodpecker neck regulation, Mühle rotor and characteristic surface finishes. Stop-second. Fast date correction. 38-hour power reserve. • Case: Brushed/polished stainless steel. Domed and double anti-glare sapphire crystal. Transparent case back. Screw-in crown. Ø 41.6 mm; H 12.8 mm. Water-resistant to 10 bars. • Strap: Waterproof leather/rubber strap with a stainless steel pin buckle. Screwed strap attachment bridges. • Dial: Black. Applied indices. Hands and hour markers coated in Super LumiNova. • Price: Upon request

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Lex Stolk

The author Lex Stolk

Lex Stolk studied Journalism in Utrecht and it was during his time as a student he developed a passion for mechanical watches. He has spent his entire career in the publishing industry working for a wide range of publications before entering the watch world professionally seven years ago. His work for several watch publications made it possible for him to combine his love for both watches and magazines.